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Heart of Dakota- Little Hands to Heaven

 
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PostPosted: Fri May 07, 2010 12:17 pm    Post subject: Heart of Dakota- Little Hands to Heaven Reply with quote

Has anyone tried Little Hands to Heaven for pre-school? I've been looking at it since I was pregnant with my toddler. I know that's a bit early, but I wanted to consider as many as I could.

SO, if you've tried this, what do you think? I'm also considering Horizons and Weaver. We'll be starting sometime this fall with whatever we choose.

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Sheila
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 28, 2010 6:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've heard lots of good things about Heart of Dakota and am seriously considering for my 3rd grade son. I wouldn't worry about a curriculum for preschool. Once you get a curriculum, you see that it's pretty much what you have been doing with them all along or its simple stuff that just takes some common sense.

I would encourage you to relax. Get lots of good picture books from the library (I have lists on my site) and interact with your child. Let them do some of what you do. Let them play with playdough, sand, boxes, etc. Have lots of paper and fun pencils and markers that they can use that is available on their level.
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